Previous B.C. cabinet priest Kash Heed has been approved minimal individual status at the public query right into cash laundering so he can cross-examine a former RCMP officer.
Previous B.C. cabinet minister Kash Heed has been approved limited individual condition at the general public query right into cash laundering so he can cross-examine a former RCMP police officer.
Commissioner Austin Cullen says Heed has 90 minutes to examine Fred Pinnock, that testified at the inquiry previously that Heed told him B.C.’s video gaming priest understood about the mob at gambling establishments.
Noted sought minimal status to cross analyze Pinnock, that claimed the previous solicitor basic told him in 2009 that the gaming priest at the time, Rich Coleman, was more curious about the generation of gambling establishment earnings than feasible cash laundering.
“[Heed] claimed to me, basically, “That is what’s taking place, Fred, but I can not say that openly. You understand it’s everything about the cash,'” Pinnock said throughout a hearing on Nov. 5.
Pinnock testified he was the head of the RCMP’s now disbanded Integrated Illegal Pc gaming Enforcement Team when he first spoke with Heed, a former cops chief in West Vancouver. Pinnock likewise said he and Regard were when long time friends.
Pinnock additionally indicated he videotaped Heed years later as the previous priest repeated his 2009 remarks regarding Coleman’s approach to pc gaming concerns.
The B.C. government released the general public query after three reports detailed numerous millions of dollars in unlawful cash affected the property, deluxe lorry as well as video gaming sectors in the district.